While War Machine may not be able to compete in Bellator’s upcoming welterweight tournament due to an injury, he’s certainly been in worse situations than having to spend some time on the sidelines. read news >>
War Machine thought he’d done his time when he was released from jail in July 2011. He got back to training and even scored a win over Roger Huerta, but in February he was sent back to jail over a prior incident. read news >>
The search for War Machine, formerly known as John Koppenhaver, ended Friday afternoon at an Extended Stay America Hotel in Simi Valley, Calif. read news >>
War Machine’s time on the run from law enforcement authorities has reached its end. read news >>
- 23 days ago
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The drama continues as arrested former Bellator fighter War Machine tweets some accusations against his alleged victim and she denies them. Good morning! Here's something sordid and awful to have with your coffee. We posted Friday about War Machine's (latest) incident of being wanted by police in an alleged assault and Bellator's decision to dismiss him from the promotion. BE alumni Matt Roth asked Bellator officials why War Machine was cut this time, but not last year when Christy Mack made ass read news >>
In an unsurprising move, Bellator has released Jon Koppenhaver aka War Machine from his contract. The "new" Bellator wasted no time in cutting ties with War Machine in the wake of his latest set of legal woes. Just in case you missed the news over the last 90 minutes, Jon Koppenhaver (War Machine) is wanted as the prime suspect in a 3-person altercation at his Las Vegas home this morning that landed two people in the hospital, one of which was named "significant other." In light of this, Bellato read news >>
Fighting for the first time in 18 months felt a little strange for War Machine. The result felt pretty good, though. War Machine said getting back in the cage after a long layoff didn't necessarily have ring rust behind it, but there was something he wasn't expecting. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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With War Machine (formerly Jon Koppenhaver) apparently returning to jail in two weeks, Bellator has given Chris Lozano his slot in the promotion's season-six welterweight tournament, officials today announced.
Lozano now meets Karl Amoussou in the headliner of Bellator 63, which takes place March 30 at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn.
The event's main card, which airs on MTV2, features the opening round of the eight-man tournament.
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- 3 years ago
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With a one-year jail sentence over, War Machine is ready to get back in the cage.
The former cast member of "The Ultimate Fighter 6" (known then as Jon
Koppenhaver) recently announced via Twitter that he'll return to action
on Oct. 15 against Gideon Ray at Chicago Cagefighting
The promotion has yet to make an official announcement.
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A picture of Christy Mack posted on twitter revealed the recent domestic violence victim walking the streets of Las Vegas, which prompted War Machine loyalists to go on the offensive regarding the severity of her injuries. Not only has Christy Mack been the victim of a savage domestic abuse incident that left her severely injured, she cannot even walk the streets of Las Vegas without War Machine loyalists insinuating that she was faking it. The adult film actress found herself unnecessarily defe read news >>
"Hear ye, hear ye!" "War Machine," a.k.a. Jon Koppenhaver, was today transported from Ventura County Jail in California and booked into Clark County Detention Center in Nevada to answer to several felony charges (see the full list here) in connection to his alleged beating of ex-girlfriend Christy Mack. And he certainly looks a bit more furry than his previous mugshot 11 days ago. LasVegasSun.com reports that the former Bellator fighter (not UFC!), who waived his extradition after being captured read news >>